Sex Offenses Case Archives

This category includes cases in which Mr. Link defended residents of Philadelphia or the surrounding area accused of sex offenses or related crimes.

Commonwealth v. K.M.
February 14

Commonwealth v. K.M.

K.M., a juvenile, and his brother and two other boys were arrested for Sexual Assault, Aggravated Assault and related charges after a female youth claimed that they had shot her with a BB gun and forced her to perform oral sex on all of them. After securing K.M.’s release from juvenile custody to his parent’s.

The Charges:

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (IDSI) (F1), Sexual Assault (F2), Conspiracy (F1), Aggravated Assault (F1), Simple Assault (M2)

The Verdict:

Not guilty of felonies.

Commonwealth v. R.C.
February 4

Commonwealth v. R.C.

R.C. was arrested after an unimaginably brutal home invasion of a young couple in Philadelphia. A male victim was duct taped, beaten and stabbed to within an inch of his life, and the female was taken to a remote location and sexually assaulted multiple times before she was finally able to escape and call police..

The Charges:

Attempted Murder, Rape, Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault

The Verdict:

All charges withdrawn

Commonwealth v. K.M.
July 31

Commonwealth v. K.M.

K.M. went to pick his girlfriend’s 3 year old daughter up from daycare when the child told the workers that she didn’t want to leave with him because he had touched her “down there”. Police were notified and the child was interviewed by child psychologists, who concluded that the child had clearly disclosed sexual abuse.

The Charges:

Unlawful Contact with a Minor (F1), Indecent Assault of a Child (F3), Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Corrupting the Morals of a Minor

The Verdict:

Not Guilty of all charges

Comonwealth v. J.K.
November 11

Commonwealth v. J.K.

J.K. was arrested for raping his 12 year old daughter over a period of several months. DHS removed all children from the house. The judge at the preliminary hearing found the child’s testimony “so disturbing” that he raised bail to 1 million dollars. After the preliminary hearing, J.K. hired LinkLaw to represent him. After securing.

The Charges:

Rape of a Child, IDSI, Incest, Corruption of Minors, False Imprisonment.

The Verdict:

All charges withdrawn on day of trial

Commonwealth v. T.B.
September 19

Commonwealth v. T.B.

The complainant, a twenty year old, reported to police that T.B., her biological father, sexually assaulted her when she was six years old. T.B. was arrested on a variety of sex offenses and entered a plea of not guilty. At trial, the Commonwealth argued that there was no motive for the complainant to lie regarding.

The Charges:

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (IDSI), Unlawful Contact With a Minor, Indecent Assault, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Corrupting the Morals of a Minor,

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges

Commonwealth v. E.T.
January 21

Commonwealth v. E.T.

Client was walking down a side street in Center City Philadelphia when he was approached by the victim and two of his friends. The victim allegedly accused the client of sex offenses, raping him seven years prior when he was 13 years old. The victim reported that after hearing the accusation, E.T. stabbed him repeatedly.

The Charges:

Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Possession of an Instrument of Crime

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

Commonwealth v. A.A.
September 11

Commonwealth v. A.A.

A.A. was charged with rape and related charges after a “”friend” accused him of sexually assaulting her in his car. Defense investigation by Philadelphia sex offense lawyer R. Patrick Link revealed inconsistencies in the complainant’s testimony as well as letters and text messages sent to A.A. that strongly suggested that the incident was consensual.

The Charges:

Rape

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.

Commonwealth v. C.E.
July 11

Commonwealth v. C.E.

Client charged with rape and assault charges in Philadelphia after allegedly holding his ex-girlfriend hostage in her home and beating and sexually assaulting her. Client had been extradited from Georgia to face the charges and bail was set at $500,000.

The Charges:

Rape, False Imprisonment, Aggravated Assault

The Verdict:

All charges dismissed for lack of evidence.

Commonwealth v. C.S.
January 15

Commonwealth v. C.S.

Client was charged with rape of another inmate and sexual assault in a Philadelphia prison, and was facing a mandatory 10-20 years in jail. Philadelphia sex assault lawyer R. Patrick Link challenged the physical evidence in the case and argued that it showed that the complaining witness was fabricating the charges. Attorney Link also utilized his team.

The Charges:

Rape, False Imprisonment

The Verdict:

Not guilty of all charges.